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Benin, Bhutan and Costa Rica entered into a partnership through the South-South Cooperation Programme for Sustainable Development, with the financial support from the Kingdom of the Netherlands. This initiative was established in 2002 based on the principles of equality, reciprocity and participation of all societal stakeholders.

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Low carbon production in Costa Rica

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Micro, small and medium size local producers mitigate and adapt to climate change thanks to local capacity development initiatives on low carbon and resilient technologies, through knowledge management, south south cooperation and microfinancing.

Rural farming communities and local producers in Costa Rica have changed into sustainable production technologies with the support of Fundecooperacion, a non-profit and multisectoral organisation with a  focus on achieving sustainable development goals and long-term partnerships. FundecooperaciĆ³n has promoted a south-south cooperation approach based on reciprocity, knowledge exchange and practical learning among producers in the field on low carbon technologies, in alliance with strategic (public and private) organizations.

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